cobby


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cobby

in conformation, a short and sturdy build; said of horses, dogs and cats.
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Dave and Cobby Lad on their Ten Day living of the land journey to raise money for char-|ity.
I bought Cobby Lad, the horse, six weeks ago, because I wanted someone I could talk to," Dave explained.
The meteor shower will only be able to be seen in the northern hemisphere -- or basically from Dubai northwards, Cobby said.
Cobby said with the establishment of the national observatory, the UAE will be able to significantly and additionally contribute to the international astronomy community.
COBBY ECKERMANN, Ali Ruby Moonlight Magabala, 2012 76pp $24.
One guy on the course, a regular track rider, improved his lap time by 15 seconds thanks to one-on-one instruction with former British Superbike racer and international and national champion Ian Cobby with advice from Tommy Hill on the side.
She was a rose-grey roan of the cobby sort, with a good head and a kindly eye, well up to his weight.
The RCC basin is located in an area dominated by Crawford Clay soil (CfB) and is surrounded by Eckrant cobby clay (EaD) to the south and Eckrant extremely stony clay (EeB) to the North.
See also Hollett v The Queen (1985) 14 A Crim R 467, 469-470 (Wallace J), citing R v Cobby [1983] WACCA 19 (19 April 1983).
She replaced Brian Cobby, the voice I remember from childhood, who took over from Pat Simmons in 1985.
A fat, cobby, soup platehooved mare has her place in history as the female who taught the world's most eligible equine bachelor the facts of copulatory life.
But the initiative to legalize pot - and potentially tax it - sounded OK to Andrea Cobby, a 41-year-old stay-at-home mother of two from Tarzana.